New Zealand is one of my favourite countries because it has so much glorious and varied landscape to explore. I’ve been on holiday twice here, once in the winter (July) for two weeks and once in the summer (January) for two weeks. The winter was crisp and offered lovely views of the snowy peaks, the summer gave us the chance to laze by the lakes and catch some rays. It’s impossible to experience everything this country has to offer at once unless you go for 5-6 weeks with a big budget, it may be small but its packed full of wonders. Continue reading “My New Zealand Travel Guide in Pictures”
A quick search on Skyscanner will reveal that now is the time to plan ahead for those wintery months coming up, and book a weekend away. City breaks are one of my favourite types of holidays; a couple of days to explore somewhere new, wine and dine in nice restaurants and stay in a hotel and let someone else clean up for a while. But which city should you choose, when there are so many? There’s something to be found in Europe for every style, it’s just a matter of finding the one that tickles your fancy and booking those flights!
Barcelona is the perfect destination for anybody looking for a little bit of everything. Great weather, beaches, culture, history and great food can all be found in this charming city. My favourite thing to do is pick a couple of disctricts to walk around for the morning or afternoon and just get lost, for this is a city full of unique neighbourhoods. Pack a comfortable pair of shoes but don’t try to do more than 1 or 2 areas per day. For an utterly relaxing and memorable trip, don’t miss out on any of these highlights.
India is a huge and varied country and if you’re planning a holiday there, it will be an experience you’ll never forget, but you want to make sure that’s for the right reasons. The first thing to note is that it will be a very different trip depending on where you go. Most people choose to head to Goa and Kerala for a chilled out hedonistic holiday by the beach, others choose Rajasthan for the historical forts and palaces or if you’re into yoga or trekking the Northern States might be more up your street. Whichever area you go for, don’t forget that this is a country like no other, and mishaps can be easily avoided by following some of my key tips.
Continue reading “6 Tips for Surviving and Thriving in India”